Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 21, 1952 · Page 3
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Saturday, June 21, 1952
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NCNTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMCS, faytmviHt, AitwNM. Saturday, Jurw JI, |*52 llliNllllimimimilllllllHIIIIIIMIinilllMIIIIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIHtHHNIW Society m MIS. KATHUfN DOZM Daily Calendar of Events Sunday . . . D. Robert Smith Organ Recital, Art Center Concert Hall, 4 Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Cluhroom, 7 B. »nrt P. W. C., Mrs. Myrtle Hanna, 7:30 "Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Family reunions are wonderful occasions with a great deal of "remember whens," cooking, sightseeing, and all that goes into a rare good time. Two such parties will be remembered as having taken place here this week. One being that of the family of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Rogers, Sr., whose children were all home last weekend, coming from as far as Tocoma, Wash. Another is that of the Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Waldrep of Tulsa, parents of Mrs. Dorothy Atkinson. The Waldreps have been coming to Fayetteville each summer since the Methodist Assembly was opened in 1923, and this year they are there as usual, staying at the Woman's Building. They will remain all summer but with them this week are their children, A. B. Waldrep, Jr., of Phoenix, Ariz., with his wife and daughter, Celo; Louise Swartz, her . . . y , i i i \ A / i_- r\ /"· [ ""''i"'-'-'-" 1 ui ""-' oudiu ui r u i u i K i i ^cnoiarsmps, me unnen states hXlu- dcughter, LindO, and SOn, John, Ot Washington, U. (_.; j t a t i o n a l Commission, and the Department of State. Miss Lane was Dorothy and Charles with their children^ John, Mar- i sraduated with hish honors fro. garet, Jimmy and Elizabeth. Also a member of the '^ ^TM-sity this June, she is group is Miss Eppie Fort of Tulsa, sister of Mrs. Waldrep. This is their first family gathering in 10 : years. A. B., Jr., and his family, and Louise, with her' To Study In France Weston Playhouse Apprentice Plans Weddinq In July auspices of ihe Board of fo Phi. i Scholarships, the United States Edu- !__-.-_..._ ..-_.. .-_-.........--._.---._-. Department of State. Miss Lane was ' 'm the College of A r t s and Sciences at (Pholo by 1'uska) Hanclin Village Baptist Church. Oklahoma City. 'Miss" Golden \v» Kraduated from Ihe Capltnl Hi;i School in Oklahoma City, where »h and Mis. Henry Ncilson and chil- j New York City, being held Mon- \ w:ls « me-nber of Sixma Chi Clola and Knobberctta Club. Carter gr»d member of Phi liela Kappa and Pi ' i' r . n n n r t ljl ' Co1 ' !lml Mrs ' Hal ' old j day through F:'idav. He has been | (Hob's Phiitn) j Gai children, will return home Sunday . . . The Fount Earles, too, have their children and grandchildren, including Margaret and Arthur Waterman and two children of Fort Atkinson, Wis.; Mary and Frank Larkin with their three children of Seguin, Texas; Martha Perry and her three children of Wichita Falls, Texas, Martha's husband, Bernard, is expected next week. Given For Miss Banner A miscellaneous bridal shoxver Lake Lucerne near Eureka Springs will be swarming with Sub Debs this next week. Those preparing to leave tomorrow are Sug Cate, Sandra Noll, Shirley Stanberry, Sue Yoe, Virginia Hammond, Betsy Jones, Clayvena Duvall, Jonet and Diane Strickler, Amanda Ann Hilton, Carol Perkins, Ann Kennan, Charlotte Anderson, Virginia Stapleton, Mary Roberts, and Patty Pyeatt. Going with them are Mary Lucille Yoe, Guinn Pyeatt, Amanda Hilton, Lovena Duvall and Mrs. Jack Stewart. was given last evening for Mis? of | Coffee Honors |Mrs. Hitchings ;AI Wright Home An informal roffpr at the hnmo delegate Irom | Arkansas Chapter of A. I. A. t h c l f r o m "" University with : decree narr i,.| gCi tll( , (.,,,,,,!(, wj |i ,, iakc l h c j r in aKriculturc. Fnllowin l. ok Personals John W. EUintt.'by Miss M a x i n c of Mj ' s ; Leslic Wriflht. was given Hultr. and her mother. Mrs. Elz;i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacksnn of W.ishingtnn, D. C., announce the- b i r t h nf a d.iughtcr, K.'ilhryn Ann, J u n e 10, at Washington. D. C. Hult?. at t h e i r home. Approximately guests were served from the refreshment table which was centered with an arrangement of magnolia blossoms. Mrs Hubert Danner, mother of the honorce. presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Hultz served the cake. ·eslcrday honoring Mrs. W i l l j t r d Hitching. 1 ;, who will le, Lieut. Weldon "Wood who has been in t r a i n i n g at Fort Benninfi. Ga.. is v i s i t i n g here w i t h his uncle Prof, and Mrs. Claude W. ! Faulkner and children and Mrs. I Faulkner's mother Mrs. Josephine Devan MeCallatn of Denver, Colo., left this morning to drive to Den- ; ver, where the Faulkners will I snend their vacation. Mrs. M e - i Callam has been their guest lor, the past few weeks. Among the 15 students from next week to make her home i n l a n d a u n t , Mr. nnd Mrs. liny Wil- Arkansas, registered this semester Providence, ri. I. Co-hostesses; Hams, were Mrs. James A. Burris, Mrs. John Kane and Mrs. George Ernst. The coffee table was centered with an arrangement of petunias j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hcerwagen of l a n d larkspur in a crystal bowl. Little Rock, is visiting here with Collins of Gentry, and Lela Wlg- rcport July 6, t o : ; " Northeastern Slate College. Camp Chaffcc. Tiihlcquah, Okla., are Paul Kcown ; of Fayelteville, Maude M. Heck and Dolores (Jeraldine Clemens i of Siloam Springs, Margie Bell Sherrill Hrorwagen, daughter of Gifts were found In * treasure lA1b °V t , 30 gues f G were s ' orvcti f r o m hunt throughout the house. Installation Held By Dee Gee Club 1U o'clock u n t i l noon. ;Pink And Blue Shower Honors Mrs. Stamps Edith and Fred Stevenson and daughters, Caroline and Gretchen, are taking to the air Monday, by plane that is. Fred is attending the Lion's International convention in Mexico City, and Edith and the girls are going to browse around the city, and are planning on 10 days of leisure. Harrison Brock, who has been visiting them here, will return to his home in El Paso. Mary Margaret and Bill Morton left today and they, too, are headed South, driving toward Mexico City, where Bill will also attend the Lion's i convention. En route they will stop at Texas City, to see Mary Margaret's brother. i v I, ^ ^*,iP. 0 - 0 «, b held a candle - B u c k n e r -(Spcciali-Mrs. N-ll Ilight installation Wednesday night ! Hughes, Mrs. Flossie Drake and · at the home of Joyce Stowc. The : Mrs. Pat Mhoon entertained at a new president. Carol Carson, re- pink and blue shower for Mrs her grandparents, Mr. J'aul HcenvHgen. and Mrs. : «'» of Gravette Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hicks, Jr., : and c h i l d i e n , of Willow Run. Mich., are v i s i t i n g Mis. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mis. Eugene: Murphy. i . , reived a corsage of white c a r n a - U o h n Stamps nt t h e lions upon t a k i n g office. Evelyn House Thui-cd-iv n i n !_...:,, ,,... -- =..- _____ - _ , . . _ . . _ , n u i ^ n a \ nitj Lewi?, ccived New rc- e Communit'y inh! itjni. oulgoing president, i gift from the club. , anri Q u »en'Anne's Irce"were u~£l ». ,.r T°V h , cr , rcg TM ls ra TM Mrs ' ! a* decorations on the late- covered Mrs. W . L . M a r l m . Mrs. J . M . A n - , table, centered with a pink and derson and Mrs. Charles Hughes. ' white stork. Smith Organ Recital Scheduled At UA Thp Fletcher School of I-aw nnd Diplomacy announced today the appointment of Kosr; .1. Pritrhard of Fay ett evil le us .'administrative assistant In t h e '.l-an in charge nf public relations. P r i t c h n r d , a gnul- [ uale of I h o 1,'mver.sitv. w i l l :;ei ve _ ,, , - , , 1 i n this capacity i n u d d i t i o n t n M s Dr. Paul Heerwagen, ,lr ar- sUldjr , s fl)| . , hc p h D rf , n d | rived his mnrninK from Little | plomacv . Hc m , nt , Y m . c j v ,. r | a Rock, for a v,r,;t w i t h us parents ma .ster'of arts degree in interna- ' at t h e i r home on Washmcton Ay- , j o n i l | s|u:|i , oll t wm(! l h c , om . 1 |enue.Jjefore reporting m J u l y t o . p |oUnn of m ... fi ,. s , vc ,,,. ,,, t h c ·';'...._ U .''' n 10 "1 !1 d ' ^ u r c c W I ; Fletcher School. Upon completion: of the master's degree In- received ; a Fletcher research fellowship for the coining year. TIRED "STUDENT" FLUNKS EXAMS-Thl« elk li through with higher education. He made a vijit to Stockholm, Sweden, tc escape dogs nnd hunters, but found that a clawroom In-Swedish Technical High School dwmg exam timt wa« worse th»n no haven at all. j g i n n i n g nt 10 a. in., in thc a u d i - 1 hostesses. [torium of thc University Business! . i Administration Building. JTown Club Informal Due* ! _ I Thc Town Club wTll have Son'n Chapel Auxiliary ; informal dance Tuesday even Son's Chapel A u x i l i a r y will not ( a t 8 o'clock on thc roof fin D. Robert Smith who Gaelics organ at Bates College, Lewiston. Maine, will give an organ recital tomorrow at 4 p. m., in thc Art Center Concert Hall. Smith studied with thc French Mr. sr.d Mrs. I,. A. Parker of A blue and yjllo\v bassinet West Spring Street, have r e t u r n - j I filled with g i f t - was presented tu : ed from a short v a c a t i o n w i t h ! :Mrs. Stamps. G a m e pri?."s w e r e , t h e i r son. f ' a l v i n , whn is a r t u - i ·won by Mrs. Ada Drake. Mrs. i dent of Northwestern U n i v e r s i t y , ' Bobbie Mhoon and Mrs. Kathleen j Chicago, I I I . i meet this month as scheduled. The next meeting w i l l be July 28, with supper at the church. Mrs. M. C. at the RoclcM-ood. Serving on committee in charge are the A McAllisters, Jim Pomfrets, J Ciirsun and Mrs. Karl Cole will be! the Chnrles Crockctts. Announcemcnts · DENNIS THE MENACE By Krtche Earls. i Out of town i D r a k e and dau'chtci i W v m a n ; Mrs. Patricia Smith ·c; w i t h Charles I eltevjlle; Mifs Marsha A t k i n s o n of organist at St. ! R qsers. Refreshments wore Mis. Drake and Mrs. ; about 25 guests. With Family Picnic Jean Greenhaw's mom, Mrs. Earl Fetter, flew down from North Platte, Neb., for three weeks with Jean and Leonard. There have been a couple of parties for her this week, including a luncheon given Thursday by Rose McNair at her home on Lafayette. . . . Roberta Swanson and son, Gibby, were met Wednesday evening at Joplin where they arrived by plane from Omaha. They are visiting here with Roberta's mother, Mrs. Jay Fulbright, and Helen and Hal Douglas and family . . . Also in town is Rebecca Raedels and daughter, Mary Nell, from West Memphis, who are here at the home of Fred Raedels, Sr., while Fred, Jr., is attending a business meeting o f j the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Little] Rock. . j Bach. This will be open to . the ^ F i f t y persons n Mary Frances Newbern is preparing to board the ^'-^ "^gjg 1 TM._ c *"*"_: f'SU"--'-^-"'"." train Wednesday, leaving Fayetteville behind to at-| tend the Chi Omega national convention next week- j end at The Greenbriar, While Sulphur Springs, W. Va. i Girls from the local chapter who plan to be there are Carolina Polk, Little Rock, Catherine McCartney, Fort Smith, and Shirley Newman of Berryville . . . Carol Kaylor and sons, Mike and Coy, Jr., left this week, driving to Jamestown, N. D. They will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Miller. sls were Mrs. ^ " of Chi OmrKi Alumnae Mrs. Lula Kay Howe of Jones- Chi Omega Alumnae will meet boro. formerly of Springdale, is. Tuesday at .3 p.m., in Iho httMie Mrs. Louis | of Mrs. Mercian Lewis. Assistant Leo rim-t'on M-V 1 Picrra ?f Springdale. She is ao hostesses will he Miss WrV Lou . i. i . i mi i i j t i , in. -., finmivmirH hv hm- rl a u n i t I rr I i i r t v ... . . . . M,y. Be ie L lo served by Hughes to organist anrl composer, Marcel | a n d Mrs. Virginia Tarkott Duprp, in France; M. Courboin, Patrick's Cathedral, New York: and also at the Union Theological ! Seminary, New York. He received his master's degree in music at ' r» y - x r r - DcPamv University. j KeSCfVC Of i f Before going to Bates, he t n u e h t ' at the College of Put;el Sound in Tacoma, Wash., and w h i l e serving w i t h the N T avy, pnve outdoor recitals at Balboa Park, San Diego. Calif. Al the present time, he is giving recitals over the enun- · Officers Assnciation try. in the East and West j their families w i t h His recital here w i l l include : L a k o At;il;int '' l ; ^ ovr-ninfi compositions by W i l l i a m Wa.ond, ^^'^^^'^ Karg-Elert, nnrl chapter, open to . the ~ , complied by hor daiifihtei and son, Billy. They plan turn home Wednesday. ; and -Mrs. Victor Hussum, N.F.P.O.C. Auxiliary D. H. BovH of F;»vetteville a n d ' , "TM c Allxili ;'O' ° the National d a u g h t e r Mr,. D. R." Eoff of Tex! * * cral ' f » 1 "/ Post Of f i r e Clerk, j v/ill meet at thc home of Mrs. ; Robert C- Mnycs, B23 West Center Street, /or business and socinl | meeting, Tuesday afternoon at '2 and Mrs. Alex Boyd. 1 "dock. ff of Tex a r k a n a , are spending the \vech- I ! end nt Roman Nor-e State Park i near Watonga. Okla.. v i l h r e l a - i j tivrs wh.n are descendants of Mr. Brahms, A l a i n . Bach. This will be Mr. and Mr:;. Ttalph Pine of Hou.'Jtnn, TCXJJS, Mrs. Fannie Pine n ,. . . . nnri Mrs. Charles Dyor of A l m ; i , T[he local chapter of t h e Reserve : h a v r r e t u r n e d home " n f t e r v i * i t i n c enlert.-iined j hf , rn V M l p r r f ., v l v i t 1 M r ,, nr ,' Mrt . picnic at Ar- p fficr/j j: . ^~ Hogcr:-' ^ ri11 ' Viniiig, Jr., is l ^ n v i n ? to! n i ; ; h t t o a t t e n d t h e A m e r i c a n I n I and . c .'.ilu!e n' A r i ' h i t e c ! : ; (lor v e n : i f . n i - e C o l . i . - . t II,,- W ; i l r l o r f - A s f i i i n H n t r l i n Steve Bales ;md o t h e r relatives. Woldreo Famiiy Has Seauoyah Reunion Mary Margaret Crumpler, Betty Boston, Lillian Dyess and Bonnie Farley are making ready for o 1 o'clock luncheon at the Country Club Tuesday afternoon, to be followed by o session of bridge, or if pre- · ferred, canasta. There will be prizes for the winners, i and it is hoped that this may become a monthly | Country Club affair. j ! thetist for Ihc Veterans Hospital.! She spoke, on the different types i nr anesthetic agents, thrir uses, j i « n d the imporliincc of eoordina- | lion between Ihe anesthetist find Ihc opernling room nur.ics. Nurses Hear Anesthetist Miss Mary Zcig . The second meeting of t h e ' Northwest Arkansas Operating'. Room Nurses Association was! held Wednesday evening In the! Business and Professional Women's Ch:b The Business and Ptofcr,:;ion;il j Women's C l u i j w i J ] meet .M'tnci'iV . H.inna. 801 N o r t h CnlU-^o Avc- j nue. Cues! rpc.ikcr v/ill !.e J. G. Coo ff the niy S a n i i n i i o n Dep f i r l m r n t , who w i l l speak on C i v i l Defense. Garden f ' l u h V Short Cnurap j Tlic ( L i r d c n C l u b ? ' iihori Course, I t-pcinsfjrcd by the A r k a n s a s Feder;.!ion of Onrrion Cluhr- w i l l be j held Tuesday and Wednesday, bc- LONGER BATTERY LIFE for HMrJ»f M Ustri 'VtaA PLAY CIRCUS. AlOA*' UV AND Mi ARE ELEPHANTS fHO XXI; ON Bt THE WDy TM KEOS US PEANUTS HiO OWBY. * *··__..- J Here Is Ihc new Sonotnne "A" biliery-- w h i c h glvn an ivcragc o f 100 hour« of nwful life. Kiiuolly Impor- tint, It mainialnfl It* power w l i l i o u t a p p r e c U h l e los» uniil cxhiuited. Itf m tktfi ym ihii Refreshmentr \vorc sor\ r rd to j ; the fnllowine nurses: ! Rctly Robinson nnd Ironr CriR- I KOI nf Uie Washington County ., .. , 4 . ., i Hospital; Dorolhv Castle. (iir- Nurses Homo «t thr Vctcran'K i lniri ' c (Jrosshursch, Mta Talhrrl. HotpitAl. A committee conplMinR | VirRinin Howwrri. Mary Lfc Dixon |Tho Rov. ;mH Mrs. A. B. W a l d r e p Sr of Tuha OHa ;n(-'-n w i t h t h f - r r f ' . n u ' v ,t of Virgini,^ Howard. D o r o t h y ! anrl Thed.i Leonard of thc Vet- this week on Ml. Srqno.vah. They are ( f r o m left to r.srii i M..-S Kpnie r«rt nf TU'KI, Mr Jr., Phoenix, Am., and Mr. Waldiep; Mr, Waldicp. S..; l.mrtn Sv/i-n?; Mis. W;tlMM'i.' Ki his mother, Mrs. Chnrlrs W. Atkinr.nn of K;m-',!e\ tile w i t h d n u ^ h t r r , K l l r n h c t h Si Cai«t nnri Irene Crl^er, was np-'oran's Hospital. pointed to rtrnw up the by-laws of i Ciursts, PCRRV Terpeninit and the orRnnlzfilirm. ' , V. .Jimenez, nurse aneslhf lists I Ing In front are Margarel A t k i n s o n , Ola (;;,-,· Wakln-p .Inrm- A t k i n - o n and'Jn'hnnv «ivi " nrt ^K*£«;xs" h " tlrfr ' pw " m " nnuildw - n(lh ^ M "'~- a leiinton held . A. II. W.ildreii. ; John A t k i n s o n r l n l d r r - n Mind- \'.'f M i r s Kort is w h r r e t h e fnm- hens photo) I SONOTONE" B A T T E R I E S for Matt All H«ar!nf| Aids ROGERS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. II North llotk Faytntvilli, Arhaniat Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Hotisewtj LEWIS BROS. CO.

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